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Monday, January 25, 2010

Convict Richard Davis appeals to Mo. Supremes


Richard Davis, who was convicted of killing Marsha Spicer in 2006, is arguing that his trial wasn't fair because prosecutors showed duplicate images -- both video and stills -- from a video that Davis and his girlfriend made of the assault on Spicer. The images were so violent that showing duplicates was prejudicial, his lawyers argue.


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